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Matthew McConaughey was out with friends in Santa Monica before getting dressed up in all denim to join Camila Alves and his costars for another premiere of Surfer, Dude. Matthew was hitting the airwaves from all angles yesterday — he also visited La's NPR station to play a few of his favorite songs as part of their Guest DJ project. Matthew and his familiar drawl are no stranger to voice work since he just recorded some spots for a Baby Longhorns DVD, so Matthew was probably a natural on air. To see more of Matthew's day at the beach and premiere just read more Images include: Matthew McConaughey, Jeffrey Nordling, Camila Alves, Sarah Wright, S.R. Bindler, Christina Gabrielle, Gus Gustawes, Hannah Cornett, Dennis Weiss, Gordon Prend Source and Source »
"Lie to Me," from 20th TV and Imagine, centers on Cal Lightman (Roth), a cutting-edge researcher in the field of "deception detection." Williams ("The Practice") will play Lightman's colleague Dr. Gillian Foster, who helps him on his cases. She joins previously cast Brendan Hines (repped by TalentWorks and Sanders Armstrong Caserta) and Monica Raymund.
"Emancipation," from 20th TV, stars Wilmer Valderrama as guileless innocent embarking on a quest to find his father amid a Los Angeles landscape polluted with excess. Wright ("7th Heaven") will play Madizon, a beautiful young heiress who has feelings for Ernesto, a childhood friend.
"Diva," from Sony TV, centers on Deb, a dead aspiring actress/model who is reincarnated in the body of Jane (Brooke Elliott), a chubby, brilliant attorney.
- By Nellie Andreeva
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